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JORDAN-MEILLE Lionel

ECOFUN Team

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Teacher & Researcher on Plant Nutrition

Bordeaux Sciences Agro

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1, cours du Général de Gaulle
CS 40201
33175 Gradignan Cedex
00 33 5 57 35 07 58

lionel.jordan-meille@agro-bordeaux.fr

 

Main Activities

2019-2020 Sabbatical year in Rothamsted Research (England). Micronutrients fortification

2000 - … Teaching Agronomy in Bordeaux Sciences Agro and researching on Potassium Plant Nutrition in INRA

1998 PhD Graduation "Non point source P transfert at a small rural catchment scale", Univ Paris VI & Ecole Polytechique de Lausanne

1994 Rural Engineering Graduation (Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Suisse). Soil and Water Specialisation

Actual Skills

Research question: What is the impact of K deficiency on growth and development of crops? – How do K nutrition help plants to mitigate water stress? – How could the nutrient fertilization recommendations be more process-based, while being useful for farmers?

Scientific Expertise: Biogeochemistry of major nutrients – Evaluation of minerals bio-availability – Crop mineral nutrition – Potassium and plant ecophysiology – Water stress and plant ecophysiology

Technical skills: Soil agricultural potentialities – Soil Analysis and interpretation – Hydroponics – Gas exchange measurements at leaf scale – Plant water status measurements (Scholander chamber, leaf surface temperature measurements, …) – Roots hydraulic conductance (High Pressure Flow Meter) – 13C plant labelling.

Teachings

Biogeochemistry – Ecophysiology – Dynamic Modelling (STELLA ®) – Management of Inputs in agriculture (Water, Minerals, Organic matter) – Crop system designing – Relationship between Agriculture and Energy – Diffuse non-point source pollution sampling during field surveys – Agroforestry

Publications

De Souza Mateus N., de Oliveira Ferreira E.V., Arthur Jr J.C., Domec J.-C., Jordan-Meille L., de Moraes Gonçalves J.L., Lavres J. 2019 The ideal percentage of K substitution by Na in Eucalyptus seedlings: Evidences form leaf carbon isotopic composition, leaf gas exchanges and plant growth. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry, 137, 102-112

Jordan-Meille L., Martineau E., Bornot Y., Lavres J., Abreu-Jr C.H., Domec J.C. 2018 How does water-stressed corn respond to potassium nutrition? A shoot-root scale approach study under controlled conditions. Agriculture, 8:180

Martineau E., Domec J.C., Bosc A., Dannoura M., Gibon Y., Bernard C., Jordan-Meille L. 2017 The role of potassium on maize leaf carbon exportation under drought condition. Acta Physiologiae Plantarum, 39:219

Martineau E., Domec J.C., Bosc A., Denoroy P., Asensio Fandino V., Lavres Jr J., Jordan-Meille L. 2017 The effects of potassium nutrition on water use in field-grown maize (Zea mays L.). Environmental and Experimental Botany 134, 62–71

Battie-Laclau P., Laclau JP., Beri C., Mietton L., Muniz, MRA., Arenque, BC., Piccolo MDC., Jordan-Meille L., Bouillet JP., Nouvellon Y. 2014 Photosynthetic and anatomical responses of Eucalyptus grandis leaves to potassium and sodium supply in a field experiment Plant Cell & Environment, 37,1, 70-81.

Jordan-Meille L., Rubaek GH., Ehlert P., Genot V., Hofman G., Goulding K., Recknagel KJ., Provolo G., Barraclough P. 2012 An overview of fertiliser-P recommendations in Europe: Soil testing, calibration, and fertiliser recommendations. Soil Use and Management. 28, 419-435.

Gerardeaux E., Jordan-Meille L., Constantin J., Pellerin S., Dingkuhn M. 2010 Changes in plant morphology and dry matter partitioning caused by potassium deficiency in Gossypium hirsutum (L.) Environmental and experimental botany, 67, 3, 451-459

Gerardeaux E., Jordan-Meille L., Pellerin S. 2009 Radiation interception and conversion to biomass in two potassium-deficient cotton crops in South Benin, Journal of Agricultural Science, 147, 507-507

Gerardeaux E., Saur E., Constantin J., Porte A., Jordan-Meille L. 2009 Effect of carbon assimilation on dry weight production and partitioning during vegetative growth of K-deficient cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) plants Plant and Soil, 324, 1-2, 329-343

Jordan-Meille L., Pellerin S. 2008 Shoot and root growth of hydroponic maize (Zea mays L.) as influenced by K deficiency Plant and Soil, 1-2, 157-168

Jordan-Meille L., Pellerin S 2004 Leaf area establishment of a maize (Zea Mays L.) field crop under potassium deficiency. Plant and Soil, 265,1-2, 75-92

Jordan-Meille L., Dorioz J.M. 2004 Soluble Phosphorus dynamic in an agricultural watershed. Agronomie 24, 237-248.

Jordan-Meille L., Dorioz J.M., Wang D. 1998. Analysis of the export of diffuse phosphorus from a rural watershed. Agronomie 18, 5-26

Jordan-Meille L., Dorioz J.M., Mathieu N. 1998. An artificial flood to determine the hydrological network's contribution to phosphorus exports in a small rural watershed. Water Research, 32, 1801-1810.